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March 13, 2006

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Laura Linney Listed in the "Nanny Diaries"

March 13, 2006 09:28:20 GMT

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According to the reports made public by Variety, Laura Linney has signed on to star in the upcoming drama comedy romance "The Nanny Diaries". The notable actress will star in alongside fellow movie star Scarlett Johansson.

Will direct the flick is Shari Springer Berman and Robert Pulcini, who both wrote the adaptation of Emma McLaughlin and Nicola Kraus' best-selling book of the same name as well.
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Ridley Scott Set to Direct "Penetration"

March 13, 2006 08:05:06 GMT

Bingo. Warner Bros. Pictures finally finds the right man suitable for their upcoming drama thriller "Penetration". The lucky man is Ridley Scott.

According to the reports bring by Variety, the studio has set Scott to direct and William Monahan to adapt.
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Adrian Lyne Has Two Minutes to Midnight

March 13, 2006 07:49:00 GMT

Adrian Lyne is having "Two Minutes to Midnight" as his next film project, which also will mark his first since the 2002 release "Unfaithful". In fact, this time the actor won't star in, rather he will take the director seat.

The movie, adapted from a script written by Sheldon Turner, is of thriller genre which story tells about a renowned divorce attorney whose wife has been kidnapped and will be killed unless he takes his own life at midnight.
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Rapper Young Jeezy Arrested

March 13, 2006 07:18:02 GMT

Famous rapper Young Jeezy was arrested early Saturday morning March 11th, 2006 after an alleged shootout in South Beach involving some of his friends. The incident began when on Friday at around 5:30 a.m. Jeezy with a group of men involved in a fight in the 1200 block of Washington Avenue.

In between the happening, a passer-by filming the fight and refused to hand over his video camera. Thus, one of the men in the group began shooting, before shortly thereafter Jeezy and the nine other men left the scene in two sport utility vehicles.
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Paul Haggis Is Up Against All Enemies

March 13, 2006 06:37:15 GMT

Already scored an Oscar with his latest drama mystery "Crash", director-writer Paul Haggis is now in final talks to direct and produce an upcoming action drama movie entitled "Against All Enemies".

Based on Richard A. Clarke's best-selling memoir and a script written by James Vanderbilt, the flick chronicles how the Bush administration handled the al-Qaida threat before and after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.
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Actor Shia LaBeouf Included in "Disturbia" Project

March 13, 2006 06:13:57 GMT

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Has just finished filming his latest film project "The Greatest Game Ever Played," Shia LaBeouf has signed on to star in another new film work. The actor reportedly has agreed to star in the drama thriller "Disturbia".

There in the DreamWorks project, LaBeouf will play a troubled high school senior who is sentenced to house arrest after an outburst of anger at school. While at home, he becomes convinced that his neighbor is a serial killer.
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Actor Crowe & Wife Expecting A Baby Boy

March 13, 2006 04:20:36 GMT

"Just for you," the actor said to the "Tonight Show" host Jay Leno Sunday March 12, 2006 while continued "Charlie is going to have a brother." That means Oscar-winning actor Russell Crowe and his actress wife Danielle Spencer are expecting a baby boy.

The couple's first son Charlie reportedly has known he's going to have a brother. "And we said, 'Bubba, what do you want to call your brother?', and his first option was Pumpkinhead. But then the next day, he revised it and he changed it to Stinky." The actor added as if he wanted to express his happiness upon the soon to come creature.
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The Top 10 Movies in the US Box Office

March 13, 2006 03:51:43 GMT

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"Failure to Launch," a romantic comedy starring Matthew McConaughey and Sarah Jessica Parker, scores great early on its release days. The movie amazingly takes in $24.6 million in ticket sales, debuting as the top weekend movie in the US box office. "The Shaggy Dog" in the meantime secures the 2nd position with $16 million.

Drama horror thriller "The Hills Have Eyes" is at 3rd, scores $15.5 million in ticket sales. Secures the 4th place is "16 Blocks," which takes in $7.3 million, ahead of "Madea's Family Reunion" at No. 5 which drops from the top slot with $5.8 million. Hangs at No. 6 is drama action "Eight Below" with an estimated ticket sales reaches $5.4 million.
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Sean Connery Recovering From Kidney Tumor Surgery

March 13, 2006 03:38:05 GMT

The actor best known for his action as James Bond, Sean Connery, is recovering from kidney tumor surgery.

Underwent the operation in New York a few weeks ago, he is now recovering at his home in the Bahamas, his spokesman James Barron said Sunday March 12th, 2006.
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Usher to Speak at Teen Leadership Seminar

March 13, 2006 03:05:46 GMT

R&B crooner Usher is intended to promote the sports and entertainment industries to teenagers, claiming the fields as valuable career paths mainly for those who are prepared.

The Grammy winning singer reportedly is slated to speak at a March 18 teen leadership seminar sponsored by the YMCA in Cleveland. There are at least more than 400 seventh- through 12th-graders expected to come at the three-day seminar dubbed Midwest Black/Hispanic Achievers Teen Leadership Summit.
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A Sequel to the Megahit "Narnia" Is in the Works

March 13, 2006 02:31:20 GMT

Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian, The picture
Soon following the success of "The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe", a sequel to the megahit family fantasy is now on works. Movie workers are busy preparing for the movie to be released in late 2007.

Speaking on the film project, which title is "The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian", it will be based on the third installment of C.S. Lewis' seven-book "Narnia" series. That's according to Disney spokesman Ash Curtis.